Liverpool’s stance on Harry Wilson future revealed
As reported by the Liverpool Echo, Premier League champions Liverpool will not entertain any loan offers for academy product Harry Wilson this summer, but will only consider offers of a permanent transfer.
The 23-year-old Wilson has been regarded as one of the most talented youngsters to have come through our academy. However, given the attacking riches at the club, he has been constantly farmed out on loan season after season.
Wilson, till date, has had temporary stints away at Crewe Alexandra, Hull City, Derby County and Bournemouth. He has only made just the one first-team appearance for his parent club.
Back after a decent campaign away on loan with the relegated Bournemouth side, Wilson is keen on regular first-team football, something that is not guaranteed at Anfield currently. (h/t Mirror)
And Liverpool will consider letting go of the academy ace this summer. However, the club will only discuss offers of a permanent transfer. (h/t Liverpool Echo)
Given that our transfer budget has been restricted due to the coronavirus pandemic, it is understandable that the club is taking the stance of not loaning out fringe players, but instead looking for permanent buyers.
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There has been no shortage of interest in Wilson. Newcastle United, Crystal Palace, Southampton and Leeds United are all keen to sign the Welsh international. (h/t Mirror)
However, it remains to be seen if they are willing to meet the club’s demands over a transfer fee. If not, the report claims that Jurgen Klopp would be happy to hold on to the 23-year-old for the upcoming campaign.